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Urban Gardening, Landscaping, Renewable Energy, Green Living, DIY, Building $#!%, Backyard Chickens, Organic Pest Control, Canning, Making Your Own Cheese & Wine! All that awesome stuff.  

Members: 113
Latest Activity: Jun 15

Interested in urban homesteading? Want to talk about your own ideas and experiences? Come share with us! Post pics of your garden or DIY projects. Spread noteworthy articles and share your reading lists with us too. I'll post new articles, pics and projects every Monday. Jump in with your own stuff anytime. All the pics I post are pics I take myself unless otherwise stated. I want to be realistic about this stuff. 

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New here, intro and hoping for ideas

Started by Michele Apr 19. 0 Replies

Blessings, I'm new to this group. I am wondering if anyone is familiar with making raised garden boxes. I am trying to design something my bf can build that are accessible. I am unable to do regular…Continue

Awe-Inspiring Ways To Live Differently

Started by Ꮙℓἇ∂ἇ ኔጡ።. Last reply by Ꮙℓἇ∂ἇ ኔጡ። Dec 21, 2018. 2 Replies

Awe-Inspiring Ways To Live DifferentlyDon't you ever get the feeling that all your life is…Continue

Meet Yarrow Willard (Herbal Jedi) | Kin-ection and Mission *Short Version* | Harmonic Arts

Started by Ꮙℓἇ∂ἇ ኔጡ። Aug 10, 2018. 0 Replies

Meet Yarrow Willard (Herbal Jedi) | Kin-ection and Mission *Short Version* | Harmonic ArtsClosing of the Veils - Giving Thanks to the Natural World | Herbal JediJoin Herbalist Yarrow Willard as he…Continue

Underhill, Waikato, Hamilton New Zealand..

Started by Ꮙℓἇ∂ἇ ኔጡ። Aug 10, 2018. 0 Replies

Step out of the hustle and bustle of your real life - and straight into a fairytale - with a stay at the enchanting ‘Underhill’ earth house. Set amongst picturesque Waikato farmland, Underhill is a…Continue

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Comment by Prairiewolf on February 4, 2016 at 12:38am
Hello all!!! It's wonderful to see people interested in sustainable living! Who's itching to get into the garden? This time of the year make me impatient XD
Comment by Nimue Brown on January 28, 2016 at 6:47am

Hello,I'm a small space low impact lifestyle person (no car, no tv, no fridge, no washing machine) interested in community gardening, and other kinds of grass roots sustainable goodness. Looking forward to learning and sharing.

Comment by Annova 'ela Moon on January 11, 2016 at 4:39pm

Merry Meet!

Comment by Kixs on December 11, 2015 at 10:16am

Interesting group so far. Still reading the discussions at the moment.

Comment by Spoonicus on January 16, 2015 at 5:07pm

Sounds awesome, Jinna. :-) What made you pick peaches, pecans and pears? What growing zone are you in? :-) 

Comment by Spoonicus on October 20, 2014 at 7:35pm

Today I finally leveled out the patio space. Tomorrow I'll pick up the sand we plan on using as a base. I would really like to lay the sand and pavers in this week. I can't wait to have a functional patio I can relax on. Also raked up a bunch of pine needles and laid them out in cosmetic locations away from the garden. My soil is acidic enough. ;-) It is looking better every day. I'm super jazzed. 

Comment by Spoonicus on October 13, 2014 at 9:22am

Monday's Haul. The garden is till going strong. I pulled out everything except for the bell peppers, jalapenos and tomatoes. so that's what we're bringing in every week now. About to make some stuffed peppers out of these! 

Comment by Spoonicus on October 13, 2014 at 9:20am

Helper dog wants to help dig but she's not allowed to. Not until she learns how to pick up a shovel. ;-) 

Comment by Spoonicus on October 7, 2014 at 5:43pm

This one is not my pic but still rather cute. <3 Crazy Backyard Chickens!

 

Comment by Spoonicus on October 6, 2014 at 5:22pm

Jalapeno Explosion! When the Jalapenos started coming in they came in by the bucket load. These are Early Jalapenos. They started producing in July and are still flowing and producing now in October. I planted three of them. 

 

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